Change Spark Plugs

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Renault – Twingo 2 : Change spark plugs

Good to know Estimated savings: 30 $ Time required: 30 minutes Difficulty: 2/3 (medium)     Checklist Tools Parts . Ratchet + extension bar · Multibit Ratchet Screwdriver · Torx tip 30 . Flat head screwdriver . Spark Plug Socket 14mm · Spark plugs   Let’s go

Ford – Fiesta MK7 : Change spark plugs

Good to know Estimated savings: 30 $ Time required: 30 minutes Difficulty: 2/3 (medium)     Checklist Tools Parts . Ratchet + extension bar · Multibit Ratchet Screwdriver · Torx tip 30 . Flat head screwdriver . Spark Plug Socket 14mm · Spark plugs   Let’s go

Renault – Megane 2 : Change spark plugs

Good to know Estimated savings: 30 $ Time required: 30 minutes Difficulty: 2/3 (medium)     Checklist Tools Parts . Ratchet + extension bar · Multibit Ratchet Screwdriver · Torx tip 30 . Flat head screwdriver . Spark Plug Socket 14mm · Spark plugs   Let’s go

Ford – Fiesta 6 : Change spark plugs

Good to know Estimated savings: 30 $ Time required: 30 minutes Difficulty: 2/3 (medium)     Checklist Tools Parts . Ratchet + extension bar · Multibit Ratchet Screwdriver · Torx tip 30 . Flat head screwdriver . Spark Plug Socket 14mm · Spark plugs   Let’s go

Renault – Clio 3 : Change spark plugs

Good to know Estimated savings: 30 $ Time required: 30 minutes Difficulty: 2/3 (medium)     Checklist Tools Parts . Ratchet + extension bar · Multibit Ratchet Screwdriver · Torx tip 30 . Flat head screwdriver . Spark Plug Socket 14mm · Spark plugs   Let’s go

Citroen – C3 : Change spark plugs

Good to know Estimated savings: 30 $ Time required: 30 minutes Difficulty: 2/3 (medium)     Checklist Tools Parts . Ratchet + extension bar · Multibit Ratchet Screwdriver · Torx tip 30 . Flat head screwdriver . Spark Plug Socket 14mm · Spark plugs   Let’s go

Peugeot 207 – Changing spark plugs

1.    Good to know a. Estimated savings: 30 €! b. Duration: 30min c. Difficulty: 2/4 2.    Checklist of preparation ToolsConsumables· Tip screwdriver · Torx tip 30 · Flat screwdriver · Ratchet + extension · 14- piece spark plug· Spark plugs 3.    It’s gone … hands in grease! 3.1. Remove the spark plugs a. Turn off your vehicle’s ignition, apply the handbrake, and pull the hood open handle to open it. You will be able to visualize the engine cover to remove b. To access the spark plugs, remove the plastic engine cover with a bit driver and a Torx 25 socket to remove the two exposed screws. c. Release